Calm individuals perform better on standardized tests during the job interviewing process according to a new study.
There are two types of eaters when it comes to being overwhelmingly stressed, the ones who lose their appetite and the ones who crave sweet and salty snacks. We have perceived stress eaters are the ones who gain the most weight, but a new study said this is not necessarily true because their eating habits change when they are not under stress.
Pain in infancy due to premature birth treatments may increase an infant’s chance of developing anxiety later on in life according to a new study.
A Chinese meditation technique called Qigong may help fight stress and fatigue in prostate cancer survivors, a new study suggests.
Each individual deals with stressful events in different ways. Cognitive reappraisal, a common emotion management strategy used by many in those events may actually be more harmful than helpful in certain cases according to a new study.
Traumatic life events are the biggest cause of anxiety and depression, according to a new study.
Researchers found that sleeping-in on the weekend will not restore cognitive functions that were affected by sleep deprivation during the weekdays.
In a new study, researchers reported that athletes who belong to a team were less likely to take performance-enhancing drugs.
Children between three to five are prone to developing poorer health when their lives at home surrounds them with noise, messiness, a mother with a busy schedule and a lack of order in daily routines, according to new research.
Researchers reported that even though mothers generally were more exhausted than fathers, they were more likely to report that their work felt meaningful.
When bees are exposed to low levels of a particular pesticides, their behavior changes and they stop working properly for their colonies, a new study finds. The pesticide is identified as “neonicotinoid pesticides” and it does not directly kill bees.
People with pet cats should think twice before petting their feline friends, according to animal experts. New research reveals that some cats get stressed when exposed to human touch.
Air pollution has been linked to various conditions like asthma, birth defects and cancer, and scientists have recently linked it to abnormal behavioral development in children.
Researchers found that using the fat label can be very destructive, especially for white teenage girls.
Stress due to common life events my trigger long lasting physiological changes in the brain, according to a new study.